What Stops Consumers From Buying Online
Inhibitors Of Online Shopping Behavior In Europe
October 29, 2010
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Even during the economic recession, online sales have kept growing as have online buyers: We project that 153 million Europeans will shop online in 2010. Despite this growth, 31% of online adults are still refraining from buying online. There are two major areas that eBusiness professionals can tackle to convince Europeans to transact online: shipping/return issues and online security and service.
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